Dmitry Demeshin involved in series of scandals becomes candidate for deputy prosecutor general
Dmitry Demeshin, a head of a directorate of the Prosecutor-General's Office for control of execution of the law in the defense sphere, has been offered as a candidate for deputy prosecutor general.
Head of a directorate of the Prosecutor-General's Office for control of execution of the law in the defense sphere Dmitry Demeshin is likely to become a candidate for deputy prosecutor general. His candidature has been introduced for consideration by the the Federation Council, a source within the upper house of parliament tells RBC.
Specialist committees of the upper house (Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State-Building and Committee on Defense and Security) are expected to consider the proposal to appoint Demeshin a deputy prosecutor general on June 25. Senators will make the final decision at the 431st meeting of the Federation Council on June 26.
Meanwhile, according to CrimeRussia, Dmitry Demeshin is indirectly involved in a series of corruption scandals, but thanks to his ties within senior executives of Prosecutor-General's Office he managed to keep his high-ranking position. Friendship with Artem Chaika helps him in life, as well.
The young and aspiring procurator has a full range of key posts with the Prosecutor-General's Office in cities and regions on his service record. Once, he was a procurator in Moscow region’s Mytishchi. He got his promotion to the Prosecutor-General's Office after a few years of work as a procurator in Kaluga region. The experienced climber Demeshin uses each new position as a jumping-off place into the next step. According to CrimeRussia, Demeshin had run for procurator of Crimea. However, Oleg Kamshilov was appointed.
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